Davis Golf Club
Davis Golf Club news can be found at www.davisgolfclub.org
Davis Women’s Golf Club
We are a friendly, fun group. Our playdays are Wednesdays at the Davis Golf Course, with a shotgun start, except for major tournaments. Tee times range from 7:30a.m. in the summer to 8:30a.m. in the winter. The course is very walkable and green fees exceptionally reasonable. Members may invite guests any time except during major tournaments.
Davis Golf Club
The Davis Golf Club is open for membership to all golfers; men, women, and juniors wishing to play in either a competitive or social setting.
The Davis Golf Club is an affiliate member of the Northern California Golf Association. The N.C.G.A. provides its affiliate members with a handicap service (GHIN), in addition to numerous other benefits and golfing discounts. As an N.C.G.A. member you receive discounts at N.C.G.A. owned Poppy Hills G.C and Poppy Ridge G. C. as well as discounts at other Northern California courses.
More information can be found at the Davis Golf Club website
Davis Women’s Golf Club
Davis Senior Club
The Davis Senior Men’s Golf Club formed to promote golf and to provide friendly competitions for men age fifty (50) and older. The Club hosts tournaments every Thursday morning and on the second Tuesday of every month throughout the year.
The Club sponsors individual and team tournaments. Members generally play in their own foursomes and form their own teams for team events. However, the Pro Shop will assist individual members as there are usually openings within groups.
The Club has By-Laws and policies and elects a Board of Directors consisting of three (3) Club members. Board members serve two-year terms. The Senior Club maintains its own handicap system consistent with USGA guidelines. New members with a USGA handicap may use that handicap while they establish a Senior Club handicap (See the Handicap Policy also posted on this web site. New members without an established handicap will play with a 0 handicap until they have three Senior Club tournament scores.
The Club membership year is January 1 to December 31 with annual dues of $5.00. The Club’s Annual General Membership Meeting is the last Thursday in October. For additional Club information, check the following sources: (1) Senior Club By-laws and Policies also posted on this web site; (2) By-laws, policies, and tournament descriptions in the white binder on the computer in the Pro Shop; and (3) the bulletin board in the court yard.
Davis Monday Niners
Regular Monday League Play: $10.00 payable to pro-shop for 9-holes of golf (Cart rental an additional $7.00 per player/ pull-cart rental additional $3.00).
TEE TIME SIGN UP: Mondays 3:28 p.m. until 6:21 p.m. PLEASE NOTE: Earlier start times are available, however, you must call the golf course to make your own tee time. In addition, Thursday afternoon play is available to count towards Monday scores, however, you must call the golf course to make your own tee time.
- Record all of your scores in the Niners book in the snack bar.
- Please put first and last names of all players on score cards.
- Sign and attest all score cards and put in Monday Niners box in snack bar.
Only Monday & Thursday night league scores count for prizes:
- Count and record all of your birdies and eagles on your scorecard and enter on separate specified sheet in Niners book.
- Look for separate specified sheet in the Niners book to record sand, tree, water, rock shots.
- Lowest putt awards-combined total of the lowest number of putts for both rounds of count your putts. Look for separate specified sheet in the Niners book to record putts.
- Perfect attendance includes all Monday night games. In order to be eligible for End of Season Awards you must have at least 13 scores written in the Niner Book. Make-up scores can be used, however all make-up scores must be entered on or before August 31, 2015.
End of Season Awards are given based on scores posted in book, each member is responsible for confirming her scores are correctly written. There are 21 dates to play during the season and you must play 13 to qualify for awards at the end of the season.
4-Person Scramble Play: (Minimum of 3 players to participate)
In a scramble, each player tees off on each hole. The best of the tee shots is selected and all players play their second shots from that spot. The best of the second shots is determined, and then all play their third shots from that spot, and so on until the ball is holed. Every player records the same score. Must use one drive from each player within the 9 holes.
A 2-Person Scramble is a partner play format that is exactly what it sounds like: a scramble in which the teams consist of two players each. After each shot, the best of the two shots is selected and both players play from that spot, until the ball is holed. Both players record the same score. Must use three drives from each player within the 9 holes.